How to get a phony identity with just one click
You can always be more anonymous.
On Sep 22, 2014 by Miles Klee
A-list Internet activists join forces to attack New Zealand over spying
It doesn't get any bigger than this.
On Sep 15, 2014 by Rob Price
The 10 NSA leaks you need to understand in 2013
"This is the truth; this is what's happening. You should decide whether we need to be doing this."
On Dec 30, 2013 by Joe Kloc
Brazil, Germany present U.N. committee with anti-NSA resolution
At least 19 other nations participated in some stage of drafting the resolution.
On Nov 4, 2013 by Kevin Collier
New Snowden slide reveals who the NSA’s best friends really are
New Zealand is a bestie. Denmark's just a regular friend.
On Oct 30, 2013 by Kevin Collier
An illustrated guide to avoiding the NSA online
Strong encryption and going off the grid are your only options.
On Sep 19, 2013 by Joe Kloc
New Zealand won’t face charges for spying on Kim Dotcom, 85 others
New Zealand's GCSB illegally spied, but it didn't intend to break any laws.
On Aug 29, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Ransomware says “PRISM” caught you with child porn, demands payout
The government's not exactly been forthcoming, but we're pretty sure PRISM doesn't work that way.
On Aug 28, 2013 by Kevin Collier
Facebook: U.S. requested data on more than 5,000 users
Here are the key takeaways from Facebook's first-ever Global Government Requests Report.
On Aug 27, 2013 by Kevin Collier
NSA data may have been used to target Kim Dotcom
If the NSA did use its intelligence to help take down Dotcom, it would be the first known case of that information being used against an alleged criminal with no suspicion of terrorism, violence, or sex-trafficking.
On Aug 23, 2013 by Kevin Collier
The definitive guide to NSA spy programs
Here's a handy compendium of all the NSA programs leaked by Edward Snowden.
On Aug 14, 2013 by Joe Kloc
The NSA turned its biggest spy program into a game—literally
NSA agents could unlock achievements and earn points for spying with XKEYSCORE.
On Aug 13, 2013 by Joe Kloc
NSA doesn’t “scan” emails, but it knows if you send anything interesting
The U.S. keeps insisting it's not reading your emails. But if you email a terrorist keyword to someone abroad, it sure knows.
On Aug 8, 2013 by Kevin Collier